Village Bonfire and Fireworks Party

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Broomheath Plantation is hosting a Bonfire and Fireworks event to raise money for 1st Tarvin Scout Group, Tarvin Community Centre and St Andrews Church. The event will be different to last year with two sub events to cover younger and older visitors. There will be 3 ticket options for each sub event allowing visitors to choose to donate to one of the three charities.

Mini fire and fireworks

This is intended for pre-school children and will be more interactive with a smaller fire and smaller fireworks allowing the children to get close to toast marshmallows and have hot chocolate after the fireworks. We will be having a mini-guy competition judged at 5.15pm. The gates open at 5pm with the fire lit at 5.15pm. We will be having a mini-guy competition judged at 5.15pm. Refreshments and food will be available for sale from the 3 charities. Gates close and fireworks will be set off at 5.30pm and the event ends at 6pm.

Main fire and fireworks

This is intended for everyone. Gates open at 7pm with the fire lit at 7.15pm. There will be a guy competition which will be judged at 7.15pm. Refreshments and food will be available for sale from the 3 charities. Gates close and fireworks will be set off at 7.45pm. The fireworks are choreographed to last between 12 and 15 minutes and will end at 8pm when the gates will open.

Visitors must depart the site by 9pm.

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